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The Mummy's Shroud: Double Play (2 Discs) (Blu-ray)

Released on 22 October 2012

Featuring: André Morell, John Phillips & David Buck

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: PG

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The time is 1920; the place is Mezzera, Egypt, an exotic land of mystery and ancient magic. A routine expedition is about to turn into a violent, murderous rampage that few will survive.

Renowned scientist Sir Basil Walden and a team of expert archaeologists are on a journey to find the lost tomb of pharaoh Kah-to-Bey. Having ignored warnings of a deathly curse, the expedition unearths the pharaoh's final resting place with horrific consequences. A vengeful spirit has been unleashed and it wants their flesh...

Directed by John Gilling (The Reptile, The Plague Of The Zombies), Hammer's The Mummy's Shroud has gained cult notoriety for its gruesome murder sequences and its stunning climax. A true terror from the tombs!

'Double Play Edition' includes the movie on 2 formats: Blu-ray & DVD!

  • The Beat Goes On: The Making of The Mummy's Shroud - Documentary
  • Remembering David Buck - Documentary
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    ActorsAndré Morell, John Phillips, David Buck, Elizabeth Sellars, Maggie Kimberly, Michael Ripper, Tim Barrett, Richard Warner, Roger Delgado, Catherine Lacey, Dickie Owen, Bruno Barnabe, Toni Gilpin, Toolsie Persaud & Eddie Powell
    DirectorJohn Gilling
    CertificatePG
    Year1967